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Vocational inclusion: Talented seamstress trains other people with disabilities 06/05/23
In Niger, Humanity & Inclusion helps young women with disabilities find employment. Badariya, a talented seamstress, is an apprentice turned trainer.
Displaced by conflict, Mahamat attends school for the first time 06/02/23
Mahamat* is 13 years old. After fleeing his village after attacks by armed groups, he is now living in a camp for displaced people in Kousseri, on the shores of Lake Chad.
“My biggest fear was that Nita would never walk!” 06/01/23
Un Sonita, known as Nita, was born with clubfoot. When she was just a baby, she started treatment at Humanity & Inclusion’s Kampong Cham rehabilitation center in Cambodia. Nita has now made a complete recovery!
In Niger, severe weather events destroyed people's homes and crops 05/30/23
Torrential rain and violent hailstorms: extreme weather events are a threat to people like Ali, 76, who lost his home and his harvest in 2021. HI provided him with an emergency shelter.
Protecting lives through explosive ordnance risk education in Ukraine 05/24/23
Olga Savchenko, explosive ordnance risk education project manager and Kaitlin Hodge, armed violence reduction specialist in Ukraine, explain how Humanity & Inclusion is raising the population’s awareness of the dangers linked to explosive devices and bombings.
Inclusive education helps children like Mahamadou dream big 05/24/23
Mahamadou is 13 years old and lives in Niger. He dreams of becoming a doctor and saving lives. HI is supporting him so that he can go to school in good conditions and fulfill his dreams.
“If I had stayed in my shelter, I would be dead now” 05/23/23
Cyclone Mocha hit Bangladesh and Myanmar on Sunday, 14 May. Our teams are currently assessing the damage and needs in Cox's Bazar refugee camps.
Malika dreams of quality education for all 05/19/23
Malika is ten years old and lives in Maradi, Niger. She has a visual disability and, with the support of HI, she is now in third grade at school and is making great progress.
Massalouka’s smile is a victory over malnutrition 05/19/23
As a consequence of malnutrition, Massalouka, aged two and half, could not sit up on her own. Today, thanks to HI's rehabilitation services in Niger, she is making amazing progress.
Cyclone Mocha leaves fear and anxiety in its wake 05/17/23
HI offers psychological first aid to help people feel recognized, valued, and safe after Cyclone Mocha hits Bangladesh.
"Nowadays, anything can be mined, even a pillow!" 05/17/23
Svitlana took part in an explosive ordnance and bombing awareness session organized by HI in Ukraine. This is her story.
Cyclone Mocha may hit world’s largest refugee camp in Bangladesh 05/12/23
Mocha may hit the border area of Bangladesh and Myanmar on sunday 14th May. Concerns are very high regarding Cox’s Bazar refugee camps, where 1 million Rohingya are living.
Demining in complex and dangerous environments, the example of Syria 05/11/23
In Raqqa, HI has been conducting underwater operations to locate, identify and remove explosive weapons. Thanks to these operations, the inhabitants now have access to drinking water again.
Growing coffee on land free of mines 05/10/23
It took 10 years for Justiniano, a farmer in Colombia, to feel safe when walking on and cultivating his land. Thanks to HI’s demining operations, his coffee plantation is now flourishing.
Ayham lost his entire family in Syria earthquake 05/09/23
Ayham has been receiving psychological and rehabilitation care from HI and its partners since the earthquake that hit Syria and Turkey on February 6.